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2. Who may attack constitutionality.
stitutionality. Grenada Lumber Co. v. Mississippi, 433.
3. Who may attack constitutionality.
lates to a certain class by one not of that class. Citizens' Nat.
4. Who may attack constitutionality.
that it affects him injuriously and actually deprives him of a con-
5. Affect of Federal laws on attachment laws of States.
Commerce Law by Congress abrogated the attachment laws of
6. Latitude in construction, to meet changed conditions.
remedy existing evils, its general language is not necessarily so
7. Separation of penalties united in statute,
them even if separable, unless it is clear that the union was not
8. Duty to declare void law prescribing cruel and unusual punishment.
and unusual within the prohibition of a bill of rights, the fault is
to declare the law void. Ib.
PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE, 9, 10,
B. STATUTES OF THE UNITED STATES.
See ACTS OF CONGRESS.
C. STATUTES OF THE STATES AND TERRITORIES.
See Local Law.
STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS.
STAY OF PROCEEDINGS.
See MANDAMUS, 3, 4.
TAXES AND TAXATION, 2, 4, 5.
TAXES AND TAXATION.
equity of one buying without notice. (Seattle v. Kelleher, 195
2. Liability of bank for taxes of shareholders; power of State to create.
in compelling returns, and make it liable for taxes assessed against
3. License and property taxes; tax held to be former.
that the tax imposed by the state statute in this case is not a
4. National bank; validity of state statute assessing stockholders of.
a class of stockholders not similarly taxed on shares in other
moneyed institutions, may be legal as to the class which is simi-
5. National bank; liability of transferee of stock.
subject to the burden of taxes and if not properly returned for
6. National banks; effect of reduction in par value of shares.
duced does not affect the right of taxation or back assess un-
PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE, 24.
See JURISDICTION, D 2.
FORGED INSTRUMENTS, 2.
to allow the payment of certain expenses connected with the
See PUBLIC OFFICERS.
UNREASONABLE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES.
See CONTEMPT OF COURT.
VENDOR AND VENDEE.
JUDGMENTS AND DECREES, 1, 2.
EVIDENCE, 2, 5, 6.
WORDS AND PHRASES.
Rev. Stat. (see Jurisdiction, D 1). Wynne v. United States, 234.
WRIT AND PROCESS.
Circuit Court of Appeals has authority to issue writs of scire